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Friday, August 26, 2016
Yoru no hibiki, yama no naka yori, based on poemes by Saigyō Hōshi (1118 – 1190) has been written for Ryoko Aoki and it will be premiered in Tokyo on September 1st by Ryoko Aoki and Quatuor Diotima at Umberto Agnelli Hall, Italian Culture Institute Tokyo.
Tuesday, August 09, 2016
Stefano's new CD Le pré has been officially released. Interpreters are Aldo Orvieto, Saori Furukawa, Alvise Vidolin. By Winter & Winter.
Tuesday, October 20, 2015
Now available... An essential book on Stefano Gervasoni's music by Philippe Albèra, Editions Contrechamps: Le parti pris des sons. Sur la musique de Stefano Gervasoni

In the words of Albèra, professor of music history, analysis and aesthetics at the Hautes Écoles de Musique in Geneva and Lausanne, founder of Contrechamps and of the Éditions Contrechamps, and collaborator in various concert organisations, «Stefano Gervasoni’s music traces its path with an acute awareness. While evolving in significant terms, it retains a considerable unity. In its very fragility, it represents the dynamics of our times, which it sharply reflects: on a musical level, through an exploration of timbre that overturns traditional conceptions, through the integration within a broad range of thought, which brings into play all the parameters of composition, and through forms that combine the technique of montage and the sense of a trajectory. On a more general level, through the attention to linking his music to ethical, spiritual, political and poetic questions that give rise to an extremely rich content, and that have led the composer to exploit remote idioms, like the fado, or historical materials, like perfect chords, without ever making a minimum return to the past. On the contrary, the whole of Gervasoni’s path displays an invention that constantly opens new territories, mixing a fertile imagination with a depth of craft and a sharp critical sense. Gervasoni’s music is highly expressive and is able to maintain forms of enchantment alongside the darkest and hardest of moments. In the current scenario, in which regressive movements are gaining ground, this tenacious and unbending research gives us reason for hope».
Thursday, May 26, 2016
Starting from May 26th, Muro di canti, a permanent multi-channel sound installation (in collaboration with Marco Liuni and Alvise Vidolin) give voice to the long wall of "Viale dei canti" by Giuseppe Caccavale Studio at Paris Italian Cultural Institute
Thursday, May 05, 2016
Fu verso o forse fu inverno is a new song cycle upon poems by Lorenzo Calogero (1910-1961). It will be performed at Istituto Italiano di Cultura in Paris on May 26th by Monica Bacelli, Giulio Biddau and Alvise Vidolin, in the frame of a special event called "Viale dei Canti" in which a permanent installation by Giuseppe Caccavale sound designed by me, Marco Liuni, and Alvise Vidolin will be officially inaugurated. Further details here.
Yoru no hibiki, yama no naka yori Musica notturna dal silenzio della montagna, su versi di Saigyō, per voce e quartetto d’archi for voice and string quartet
Muro di canti Multichannel time-evolving sound installation
Fu verso o forse fu inverno sei liriche di Lorenzo Calogero for mezzosoprano, piano and live electronics
Di respiri mancanti for orchestra
Strepito e garbuglio for double bass
Ansioso quasi con gioia for bass clarinet
Odoi for two oboes
Luce ignota della sera da Robert Schumann, Zwölf Vierhändige Clavierstücke für kleine und große Kinder, op. 85 n. 12 for piano and live electronics
Fado errático a song concert upon fados by Amália Rodriguez for for female voice, large ensemble and live electronics
Prés - III third book (XIII-XVIII) for piano
Clamour terzo quartetto per archi for string quartet
Di dolci aspre catene tre madrigali a cinque voci su testi di Torquato Tasso for vocal ensemble (S. MS. CT. T. B.)
Pas perdu for cimbalom solo
Album di figurine doppie for accordion and live electronics ad libitum
Romper del día sei poesie di José Ángel Valente per controtenore e corno for countertenor and french horn
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